Is all tanzanite heat treated?
Although some dealers may tell you they have unheated stones, it is best to take this with a pinch of salt. The accepted wisdom is that all Tanzanite is heated. Unheated the stone is a brownish colour and only after heating does it go blue/violet. Some crystals have admittedly been heated in the ground and are already blue but will generally be heated again anyway as the color always improves further. Stones are heated at 600 degrees celcius in a gemological oven for a short time. Further information is available at <a href=http://www.lapigems.com/tanzanite.asp</a>
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The best way to treat a heat rash is to get out of the heat. Youcan also put a cold wash cloth on the rash.
AAA quality tanzanite Vb or bV 6/5 or 5/6 has a value of around Â£250 per ct. TV stores do not usually sell this quality and value should be reduced accordingly. For Fine Quality Tanzanite around 2-10 carats value would be around $2000-$5000 per carat. You can get this Top Fine Tanzanite at Mohra…net.com . http://www.mohranet.com/gemstone/Loose-Tanzanite-Rings/1. www.Mohranet.com - Gemstone Bracelets, Gemstone Rings, Gemstone Earrings, Pendants, Tanzanite Rings, Diamond Rings, AAA tanzanite Gemstones, Studs, Emerald, Aquamarine rings, Sapphire ( Full Answer )
When treating someone for a heat stroke or heat exhaustion, youneed to first make sure that you keep them still. It is ideal tocall 911 as quickly as possible. Do not put anything cold on themas this can send them into shock.
First Aid Steps for Heat Exhaustion: 1. Get the person out of the sun and into a shady or air-conditioned location. 2. Lay the person down and elevate their legs and feet slightly. 3. Loosen or remove the person's clothing. 4. Cool the person by spraying or sponging him or her with cool water and fa…nning. 5. Monitor the person carefully. Heat exhaustion can quickly become a heatstroke. ( Full Answer )
Heat exhaustion is treated by removing the patient from the heat and having them sit in a cool place and drinking cool water. Heat stroke is another thing. First thing to do is call for an ambulance. Remove the patient form the heat and place them in a cool location and try to get their body temp do…wn with cool water. Not ice water. Moniter the victim for shock. If that's a little more involved than your comfortable with, raise their feet above the heart line. ( Full Answer )
Actually neither term is correct. Tanzanite is a variety of the mineral Zoisite. Quartz and Diamond are minerals in their own right and there is absolutely no connection between the 3 of them. They all have unique physical and chemical properties. Anyone trying to sell "Tanzanite Quartz" is most lik…ely selling Amethyst (Amethyst is the purple variety of Quartz) and anyone selling Tanzanite Diamond is simply being unscrupulous. There is no such thing. You might want to learn more about Tanzanite here on www.lapigems.com as they have extensive educational features. ( Full Answer )
Hi. The best solution for this would be to take the dog to a veterinary centre, here they can thoroughly examine the dogs rash and decide on what cream/antibiotics could be taken. IF it is not too serious or is not obviously causing irritation for your dog I couldn't really say as I'm no expert myse…lf really. I just happen to be very interested in veterinary medicine and I have lived with dogs all my life. Hope I helped :) ( Full Answer )
First determine what degree the burn is. For first and second degree burns(redness and blisters), you can run the burn under cool water. You can also apply an ice pack or some Aloe Vera gel/spray. If it is really bad, call 911. For third and electrical burns(charred/burned skin), you call 911. Then …you cover the burn with a sterile bandage. DO NOT apply ointments, gels, or creams. DO NOT run under water or apply ice. DO NOT attempt to remove the clothing from affected area. ( Full Answer )
Use Prickly Heat Talcum Powders ... Or Moisturesing lotions If Anything really serious or the above mentioned suggestions don't work, better consult to a doctor... :)
Tanzanite can only be founded in Africa's Rift Valley. It is about 25 miles from Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, in an area called Marerani. There are four actively mined tanzanite blocks labeled A-D. A and C block are reserved for foreign investment, while B and D can mine mined by locals. Gingerbr…ead2480- I believe you are wrong, according to the information I have gathered Tanzanite is in fact mined in the Merelani hills. ( Full Answer )
There isn't a great deal you can do, except provide comfort, and to ensure she is eating. Being in heat is a stressful time, so some cats do not eat for the duration. Make sure there is no way for her to escape outside, and is ideal to get her spayed after her heat has finished. A cat in heat will… become much more affectionate with everything she comes across, she will howl an call day and night and will attempt to escape outside at every opportunity she sees in order to find a mate. She will often present her rear end and keep the front half of her body close to the ground, and tread with her back feet. Females cats in heat will also spray vertical surfaces in the house in order to attract a mate. ( Full Answer )
It entirely depends on the quality of the stone you buy. Tanzanite can range from $100 per carat to $2000 per carat depending on the quality and of course where you buy. This site has some excellent information on Tanzanite: http://www.lapigems.com
For first and second degree burns(redness and blisters), you can run the burn under cool water. You can also apply an ice pack or some Aloe Vera gel/spray. If it is really bad, call 911. For third and electrical burns(charred/burned skin), you call 911. Then you cover the burn with a sterile bandage…. DO NOT apply ointments, gels, or creams. DO NOT run under water or apply ice. DO NOT attempt to remove the clothing from affected area. ( Full Answer )
If it's a mild case, calomine lotion or cortisone cream will stop the itch. If it's lasted for several days, clotrimazole cream (generic Lotrimin).
i dont think there are any, its normal....leave it alone, well i guess you should leave it inside
take off any warm clothing that is not needed and get into a cool area
If the face is red raise the head. I fthe face is pale, raise the tail.
First figure out the severity of the burns. For first and second degree burns(redness and blisters), you can run the burn under cool water. You can also apply an ice pack or some Aloe Vera gel/spray. If it is really bad, call 911. For third and electrical burns(charred/burned skin), you call 911. Th…en you cover the burn with a sterile bandage. DO NOT apply ointments, gels, or creams. DO NOT run under water or apply ice. DO NOT attempt to remove the clothing from affected area. ( Full Answer )
If a heat stroke is suspected, immediately call emergency help orgo take the person to a hospital. While waiting for help, try tocool the persons core body temperature by wetting their skin orputting ice packs in their armpits, groin, neck, and back.
There are basically three options. You can have the cat neutered/spayed . Get kitty a boyfriend or girlfriend depending on the cat's preference. . Deal with it until he/she is out of heat.
Tanzanite is mined in 4 sections. Block A, B,C and D blocks weremade by the government/ Blocks A and C were given to largeoperators and Blocks B and D were for local miners.
It's just a name assigned to this color stone from Jewelry Television (JTV) with their trademark on it. They used to call it green tanzanite and claimed that it was a cross between tsavorite and tanzanite and now they are saying that they don't know what causes this color. Their are green tanzanites… and even pink tanzanites but JTV calls them all ocean tanzanite. ( Full Answer )
It will depend on what type of emergency it is. There is everything from heath exhaustion to heat stroke to a heat syncope or collapse. In most situations you will want to remove the person from heated area to a cooler one. Have them lay down and try a much as possible to lower their core body tempe…rature to a normal range. Give them cool or cold water, something like Gatorade is better because it will help their body absorb the water. If their condition does not improve then you need to take them to the hospital immediately. ( Full Answer )
Heat treating of tool steel is a fairly simple process. Precautions must be taken to protect the tool steel from exposure to oxygen. Tool steels are susceptible to decarburization due to their relatively high heat treating temperature. Stress relieving of the tool steel may be necessary, especially …if the tools are complex in design or have been heavily machined. Preheating may be required to reduce the chance of cracking or distortion. The tool steel is generally heat treated between 1500 and 2200F, depending on the grade of tool steel. The tool steel is held at the austenizing temperature longer enough for the elements to be dissolved into solution, then the tool steel is quenched. Quenching can be performed in air, water, oil or vacuum. The quenching medium is determined by the required quench rate and alloy content of the chosen grade. After quenching, the tool steel must be tempered. Tempering is usually perfromed between 350 and 1200F. ( Full Answer )
Sadly it is not any more, it has been said that in approx 8 years there will be no more. All the mones have closed now I believe except one in Africa, Tanzanite is running out and if you own any, hold on to it as it will be considered rare, the value will then increase immensly
Treatment involves rapid mechanical cooling along with standard resuscitation measures. The body temperature must be lowered immediately. The patient should be moved to a cool area (indoors, or at least in the shade) and clothing removed to promote heat loss (passive cooling). Active cooling metho…ds may be used: The person is bathed in cool water or a hypothermia vest can be applied. However, wrapping the patient in wet towels or clothes can actually act as insulation and increase the body temperature. Cold compresses to the torso, head, neck, and groin will help cool the victim. A fan or dehumidifying air conditioning unit may be used to aid in evaporation of the water (evaporative method). Immersing a patient into a bathtub of cool (but not cold) water (immersion method) is a recognized method of cooling. This method requires the effort of 4-5 people and the patient should be monitored carefully during the treatment process. This should be avoided for an unconscious patient; if there is no alternative, the patient's head must be held above water. Immersion in very cold water is counterproductive, as it causes vasoconstriction in the skin and thereby prevents heat from escaping the body core. Hydration is of paramount importance in cooling the patient. This is achieved by drinking water (oral rehydration). Commercial isotonic drinks may be used as a substitute. Intravenous hydration (via a drip) is necessary if the patient is confused, unconscious, or unable to tolerate oral fluids. Alcohol rubs will cause further dehydration and impairment of consciousness and should be avoided. The patient's condition should be reassessed and stabilized by trained medical personnel. The patient's heart rate and breathing should be monitored, and CPR may be necessary if the patient goes into cardiac arrest. The patient should be placed into the recovery position to ensure that the airway remains open. ( Full Answer )
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Move the victim to a shaded area or somewhere where it is cool. Ask if they are ok, give water or Gatorade and call 911 just to be sure they are ok.
If they are still sweating and have normal-cool skin, remove them from the source of heat, elevate their legs and do what you can to cool them off. You can remove clothing, fan them, and try to give them sips of water. If their skin is dry and hot, remove them from heat and cool them down immediate…ly. Apply cold packs to their necks, armpits, and groin. Wet them with cool water and fan them as much as possible. This is more serious and the patient should be transported immediately. ( Full Answer )
Tanzanite is the blue/purple variety of the mineral zoisite, its chemical formula is :- (Ca 2 Al 3 (SiO 4 )(Si 2 O 7 )O(OH)).
sit the casulty down, remove tight clothing, place a cool cloth on the forehead and give sips of water
applying a cold compress against the outside of the cheek; do not use heat, because it will tend to spread infection.
Tanzanite quartz, according to Crystal Age.com, is an artificially created stone that reflects intense energy. Tanzanite aura quartz is made from quartz that has went through a special process. In this process, indium, gold or niobium is used to bind with the quartz and the resulting crystals exhibi…t a tanzanite appearance. ( Full Answer )
Naturopaths maintain that essential fatty acids can speed the clearing of the rash. The patient should eat fish rich in fatty acids (salmon, mackerel, or herring).
Heat rash may be treated with topical antipruritics (itch relievers) containing calamine, aloe , menthol, camphor, eucalyptus oil, and similar ingredients.
Initial treatment for whiplash usually includes cold packs of ice applied to the neck for the first 24 hours. Heat may then be used to relieve pain either using heating pads or hot showers.
You heat treat to improve the molecular structure of the steel. In the untreated state steel is very soft and is relatively easy to bend but when hardened the steel become very hard and brittle. The steel is so brittle after hardening that if say dropped on a concrete floor it may shatter. Tempering… relieves some of this stress and makes the steel hard but not too hard. ( Full Answer )
It means it has been heated up to kill germs and bacteria, or it means that a metal has been treated to change its properties.
placing the individual at rest in a cool environment, while giving cool water with a teaspoon of salt per quart, or a commercial sports drink. Usually rest and liquids are all that is needed
Rest and replacement of fluids and salt is usually all the treatment that is needed, and hospitalization is rarely required. Following rehydration, the person usually recovers rapidly.
Your aims are to lower the casualty's body temperature as quickly as possible and arrange urgent removal to hospital. You need to quickly move the casualty to a cool place and remove as much of the outer clothing as possible. See the related link for more information.
Tanzanite is mined in Northern Tanzania, on a ridge near Mererani, some 40 km southeast of Arusha.
My husky has a stomach rash from previous owners using cheapscented shampoo. Try oatmeal shampoo and apply everywhere on thebody especially on the rash.
Take them into the shade, give them sips of water and seek medical attention. Do NOT allow them I get into a cold bath / shower to to cool down too quickly as this puts huge pressure of the heart and can be fatal.
Manufacturers heat treat metal for a variety of reason. One reason is to alter the physical appearance of the metal. Another reason is to harden the metal. They may even heat treat the metal in order to soften the metal to make it more malleable.
Heat rash can be treated by cool the area, removing all restricted clothing, after taking a bath or using a wash cloth allow the area to airdry rather than scrubbing with towels, if the area itches or is painful apply a calamine lotion or hydrocortisone cream to the affected area. Moreover, avoid us…ing harsh soaps, lotions, or any other substance on the area until the heat rash has completely clear up. ( Full Answer )
One of the advantages of heat treating is it oxidizes metal. It also increases in the wear resistance and dimensional stability of steel parts that are residue free.
Heat treating is generally used to alter the physical or chemical properties of materials. The most common use of heat treating is metalworking. However, it is also used to create other materials, such as glass.
You can read more about the results of the high-pressure, high temperature processes used on diamonds, below. The exact process, however, is proprietary.
Definately spring steel can be heat treated and it has to be heat treated before it can be functioned as a spring. The common way to heat treat spring steel is by quenching and tempering.